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Discussion: Mahler: Symphony No. 5 - Bernstein

Posts: 5

Post by Allen March 21, 2008 (1 of 5)
This is probably the best interpretation I have ever heard about this works.

On the other hand, the CD layer has a abrupt ending, cutting off all resonance at the very end.

The multichannel SACD part does not have the same issue, quite to the contrary.

Anyone experiences this?

Post by Allen March 21, 2008 (2 of 5)
It after all is just an anomaly between iTunes and Microsoft Media Player's CD playing function.

The abrupt ending only happened on iTunes which reports 15:45, while Microsoft Media Player reports 15:51 which is correct.

Very strange.

Post by draudio2u November 19, 2008 (3 of 5)
It should not cut off.
Cheers.

Post by Luukas July 21, 2015 (4 of 5)
I have heard only the international CD release. It was very good, but sometimes the sound was too loud.
Well, it was a great pleasure to see that this classic account is available on multi-channel SACD with DSD remastering. Has anybody heard this on surround? How about the surround speakers? Are they used realistically?

Post by Ubertrout July 21, 2015 (5 of 5)
Luukas said:

I have heard only the international CD release. It was very good, but sometimes the sound was too loud.
Well, it was a great pleasure to see that this classic account is available on multi-channel SACD with DSD remastering. Has anybody heard this on surround? How about the surround speakers? Are they used realistically?

It was a 3-channel recording originally. Surrounds are used as ambience.

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